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  1. I spent decade or so in the marketing business about the same as George Carlin was having great success with jabbing at the “New and Improved” label commonly used in marketing schemes. “When something is ‘new and improved’, which is it? If it’s new, then there has never been anything before it. If it’s an improvement, then there must have been something before it.” Same thing applies here. If an “improved” version of “Diversity” is the product, then it isn’t new. If it’s “new,” then it can’t be “Diversity.” The reality is that “New School Diversity” will be met with “New School” discrimination and biases. Continuing to push The Diversity Paradigm thinking is old school, no matter what color ribbon you tie around the box. “New School” is a marketing tactic that still works. But when folks open the package, they’ll recognize the old school thinking.


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